02 - Financial Mathematics

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  1. Compound Interest
    Interest paid on the investment during the first period is added to the principle, and during the second period interest is earned on the original principal plus the interest earned in the first period.
  2. Discount Rate
    The interest rate that converts a future vale to the present value.
  3. Discounting
    The process of converting a future value to its present value.
  4. Discount Factor
    The quantity that converts a particular future sum of money to its present value.
  5. Present Value Interest Factor (PVIF)
    Converts (discounts) a future value to its present value, at a discount rate of per period compound interest for periods.
  6. Nominal Annual Rate of Interest (Annual Percentage Rate - APR)
    The nominal rate is a way of representing how interest is paid (or charged).

    If the rate is paid m times per annum, the periodic rate paid is j/m.
  7. Annuity
    A series of equal dollar payments for a specified number of periods.
  8. Ordinary Annuity
    An annuity whose payments are made at the end of each period.
  9. Future Value Interest Factor for an Annuity (FVIFA)
    Converts a payment of $1 per period (at the end) to its future value in n periods of time at i% compound interest per period.
  10. General Annuity
    Features a payment frequency that differs from the interest-compounding frequency.
  11. Equivalent Interest Rates
    Interest rates that have the same effective annual rate.
  12. Annuity Due
    An annuity where payments are made at the beginning of each period.
  13. Perpetuity
    An annuity with an infinite life.
  14. Bond
    A long-term debt security issued by the borrower, promising to pay the owner of the security a predetermined amount of interest each year and a principal amount at maturity.
  15. Book Value
    The value of an item in a firm's balance sheet.
  16. Liquidation (Disposal) Value
    The amount that could be realised if an asset were sold independently of the going concern.
  17. Going-concern Value
    The amount realised if the entire firm is sold as a going concern rather than on the basis of liquidating its assets.
  18. Market Value
    The value observed in the marketplace, where buyers and sellers negotiate a mutually acceptable price for the asset.
  19. Intrinsic Value
    The present value of the investment's expected future cash flows, discounted at the investor's required rate of return.
  20. Coupon Interest Rate
    The cash flow to be regularly paid to the bondholder as coupon interest payments, expressed as a percentage of par value.
  21. Expected Rate of Return
    The discount rate that equates the present value of the future cash flows with the current market price.
  22. Yield to Maturity
    The rate of return the investor will earn if a bond is held to maturity.
  23. Dividend Yield
    The dividend per share divided by the price of the security.

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